Originally Posted by JorgieDel
My inner child got the best of me the other day... A guy in my neighborhood has a black Mustang Shelby Cobra with a very nice sounding exhaust as most Mustangs do... The guy however, drives like a tool... As such, the tool was behind me as I was leaving my community when he decided to overtake me on the left at a high rate of speed and continue on down the road... a few miles later, I catch up to him at a red light and stay in the lane to the right of him but slightly to the rear... He's revving the engine an looking over his shoulder, waiting for the green light... I calmly switch to 'Sport' mode and wait... Once the light turned green, I punched it, my beast launched off the line and for the next 1/4 mile or so, the Mustang although trying to catch up, was a good 6 car lengths behind! Finally, at the next stop light, he kept his distance from the beast!
It's the little things that count! Next!
Originally Posted by A-kon
Not to Hijack but I have to add my story. I was driving on an open toll road with my wife about 6 months ago. Cold weather, 1/8th tank of gas, low humidity. Jeep was feeling damn good. I see a brand new M6 convertible so I pull up next to it. Old rich drug cartel Hispanic looking man driving it with a vest and gold watch, drinking a cup of coffee. I pull up next to him, GTHaus in Open Mode, and downshift. He slowly glances over, nods at me, casually sets his coffee down, downshifts, and then we do a couple of back to back runs. He must have been related to the most interesting man in the world because his motions were awesome. I left with a huge smile. The first time I got the jump starting around 60 and it took him until 100-110 to pass me. The second time he got the jump and he pulled me the whole time.
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